Finnish Environment Institute | Suomen ympäristökeskus | Finlands miljöcentral

sykefi header valkoinen



New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Press release | Published: 2019-03-08

A new assessment of threatened species indicates an increasing loss of biodiversity in Finnish nature. Of the 22 000 species evaluated, 11.9% were classified as threatened, compared to 10.5% in the pr......

Same content on several places:
Current > New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Current > Press releases > New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Research & Development > Nature > Monitoring > New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Research & Development > Nature > New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Research & Development > Nature > Specialist work > New estimate - every ninth species in Finland is threatened
Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Press release | Published: 2015-01-27

The final report of the project ‘National Assessment of the Economics of Ecosystem Services in Finland’ (TEEB for Finland) was presented to the Minister of the Environment, Sanni Grahn-Laasonen. Accor......

Same content on several places:
Current > Press releases > Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Research & Development > Nature > Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Research & Development > Nature > Specialist work > Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Bird wetlands in need of restoration, maintenance and protection
Press release | Published: 2014-09-09

The construction and restoration of wetlands can improve the living conditions of bird populations. According to a recent study, grazing is the single most important maintenance method for wetlands, d......

Current > Press releases > Bird wetlands in need of restoration, maintenance and protection
Expertise on nature management
Content page | Published: 2013-05-02

Forest management with fire © Tapio Heikkilä People working at the Biodiversity Centre of SYKE have a long history in research and development of nature management and restoration techn...

Research & Development > Nature > Specialist work > METSO Programme > Expertise on nature management